In 1890 the wealthy merchant Rudolph Christensen moved into his 13-room grand apartment on the second floor with his wife Mrs Elina Christensen and three children. The apartment was refurbished by the best decorators between 1890 and 1914, and nothing has been changed since then.
The visit to this unique apartment gives a good insight into the daily life of the bourgeoisie and the world around 1900. We visit both the room where the guests came, and the areas in which only the servants or the family set foot.
The guided tour takes place in danish by a guide from the National Museum. I will translate into English. It is a unique experience to come inside a Copenhagen apartment that has been untouched for over 120 years.
After the visit to the apartment I will show you a hidden gem of a beautiful park 2 minutes walk from the apartment.
Notice that this tour is only available on saturdays and sundays from 11.30
See you there :)
My name is Jesper. I´m a danish guy at 37 years. I am born and raised in Copenhagen, where I also live. I love my city and love to share it with you. I´m passionate about the quirky side of Copenhagen and prefer to show authentic and unique places followed by local knowledge and insider information you won´t find in a guidebook. I have worked within many different fields from digital design, tourism to cultural politics and have a masters in digital design and communication from the University of Copenhagen. I´m an experienced traveller and have lived in both New York and Barcelona which helped me to understand what makes great and unique experiences from a travellers perspective. Send me a message and tell me about you and your travellers interests - together we can create the best experience based on your wishes. Check out my various experiences on my profile. Can wait to meet you! Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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